NEW DELHI: Riding on her bronze decoration complete at the Rio Olympic Games, Sakshi Malik entered the main five in the most recent UWW (United World Wrestling) rankings, ascending to a profession best fourth position in ladies' 58kg classification.
Beforehand unranked, Sakshi, who turned into the main Indian lady wrestler to win an Olympic decoration, asserted the position in the most recent rundown.
Another Indian lady wrestler – Vinesh Phogat – who made a way out in the quarterfinals after a knee damage amid the Olympics, moved up two spots to eleventh position in the 48kg classification.
In the men's free-form classification, Sandeep Tomar and Bajrang Punia were the main Indians to make it to the main 20 list.
Sandeep, who bowed out of the Olympics subsequent to losing his session in the underlying round, is at present set at fifteenth position in the 57kg class, while Bajrang is positioned eighteenth in 61kg weight division.